They entered into a partnership to develop satellite-hosted cloud edge computing capabilities for commercial, government and military customers, the companies said.
LEOcloud’s low Earth orbit (LEO) constellation will enable a global reach of cloud edge computing services for their customers, LEOcloud said.
Its “point and click interface” for the end user will enable the “reservation of dynamic and scalable virtual Space Edge computing resources as well as integrated resources such as ground station services, satellite data suppliers and other 3rd party applications and services”, it said.
Ramon.Space’s supercomputing solutions are designed as “data centers in space”, the companies said. Its technology serves as the computing infrastructure for LEOcloud’s LEO constellation and includes supercomputing capabilities, high performance machine learning processors and high-density storage, enabling intelligent satellites to move, process and store data in orbit, the announcement said.